The Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers and the Publications and Communications (P&C) Board of the American Psychological Association have opened nominations for the editorship of Training and Education in Professional Psychology for the years 2024-2030. Debora J. Bell, PhD, is the incumbent editor.
Training and Education in Professional Psychology (TEPP) is a peer-reviewed, quarterly publication dedicated to enhancing supervision and training at doctoral, internship, and post-doctoral levels in health service psychology. The journal publishes articles that contribute to and advance professional/health service psychology education. TEPP is specifically for psychologists and other professionals who educate, supervise, and are engaged in training within doctoral programs, as well as in practicum, internship, and postdoctoral settings. Frequent topics include supervision theory and process; diversity, equity, and inclusion in education and training; development and evaluation of professional competencies; innovations in training; and the process of training leading to licensure. Special issues of the journal provide in-depth examination of particular training and education topics.
Prospective editors should have strong interest and broad experience in implementing, evaluating, and advancing doctoral, internship, or post-doctoral education in professional/health service psychology. In addition, they should have demonstrated contributions to the research and scholarship of professional/health service psychology education and training through publication, presentation, or prior editorial/review work. Candidates should be available to start receiving manuscripts in early 2024 to prepare for issues published in 2025.
The APA Journals program values equity, diversity, and inclusion and encourages the application of members of all groups, including persons of color, LGBTQ+ psychologists, scholars with disabilities, and members of other historically excluded groups, as well as candidates across all stages of their careers. We hope that you will assist us in this effort by suggesting candidates for this important position or, if you feel your qualifications are in line with the criteria we have described here, that you will apply.
Drs. Mariella M. Self, PhD, ABPP and Allison N. Ponce, PhD, will cochair the search.
To self-nominate, please register or log into APA’s Editor Search website. Please note that you will need to register on the site before you are allowed access for the first time. Candidates will be asked to submit their CV and a statement of intent (max 200 words). Individuals who wish to nominate someone else may send the nominee’s name to Publishing Editor Steve Barnold; if desired/available, the nominee’s CV and/or a brief nomination statement of one page may also be offered.
The deadline for accepting nominations is March 17, 2023, when reviews will begin.